What is your favorite part of the Thanksgiving Feast?
No, I am not talking about being surrounded by my friends and family for a full day, because we all love that to an extent. Most people would say that’s their number one favorite part.
What I am talking about is the food. Do you love the tender juicy turkey that has been roasting all day, or maybe it is the sweet succulent ham, then again it could be the sugar and spiced up desserts, but for me, it is the Thanksgiving Side Dishes!!!
The variety is astounding yet they all taste like fall. Sweet, savory, spicy, warmth all wrapped up in every dish. I could just sit at the table all day and eat Thanksgiving Side dishes. But! I am usually the cook and by the time I taste test everything before it hits the table and before I sit I am stuffed.
You say you want to try something new this year. A new yet traditional side. Well, we have just the Thanksgiving Side Dishes list for you!!
Wild Rice & Butternut Squash
by I heart Vegetables
“This side dish is perfect served chilled or at room temperature. It easily serves 12 as a side dish so you can halve the recipe if you don’t need that much!”
The Best Gluten Free and Vegan Stuffing
by Pink Fortitude
“I’ve been trying for a while to perfect a gluten-free and vegan stuffing and I think I finally got it. It’s better than Stovetop, that is for sure!”
Skillet Sweet Potato Casserole with Bacon, Brown Sugar Crumble
“Perfect for Thanksgiving, or just because, this sweet potato casserole is DELISH!”
Slow Cooker Sausage Stuffing with Pomegranate
by Wander Spice
“Crips bits of bacon and juicy sausage in a French bread holiday stuffing with crunchy pomegranate seeds.”
Slow Cooker Goat Cheese Mashed Potatoes
by Strawberry Blondie Kitchen
“Free up space in your oven this holiday season with these Slow Cooker Goat Cheese Mashed Potatoes. They’re tangy and full of garlic flavor from the herb goat cheese, fluffy and irresistibly delicious. They’re sure to have your guests going back for seconds!”
Rosemary Sweet Potato Rolls / Pizza Dough
by Vintage Kitty
“This amazing recipe does double duty as dinner rolls or as pizza crust!”
Cast Iron Green Bean Casserole
By Messy Cutting Board
“Creamy goodness and veggies then top them with crispy yummy bits. That is why no Thanksgiving feast will be complete without a rich, satisfying green bean casserole.”
Homemade Green Bean Casserole with Fresh Green Beans
by The Anthony Kitchen
“A green bean casserole featuring freshly cooked green beans, a simple, homemade cream of mushroom sauce and freshly grated Cheddar cheese”
Hasselback Sweet Potatoes with Brown Sugar & Pecans
by the Evolving Table
“These Hasselback Sweet Potatoes with Brown Sugar & Pecans make a great gluten-free and vegetarian side dish for Thanksgiving, Christmas or any other holiday meal!”
Instant Pot Brussels Sprouts
By Recipes From a Pantry
“Make amazingly tasty Instant Pot Brussels Sprouts with this quick and easy recipe.”
by Delicious Table
“Try holiday Italian Sausage Stuffing with sausage, cornbread, crunchy celery, crispy french bread, sweet cherries, and cranberries!”
Pomegranate & Pistachio Wild Rice Pilaf
by DIY Candy
“This unique (and delicious) wild rice pilaf recipe is perfect for a Thanksgiving side dish. If you love pomegranates, you’ll definitely love this!”
Green Bean Almondine
by Beyond the Chicken Coop
“Fresh green beans sauteed in a light butter and lemon sauce.”
Ginger Orange Cranberry Sauce
by Threw Olives Branch
“A slight twist on a classic holiday dish! Fast and simple to make, plus vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free.”
Maple Pecan Sweet Potato Boats
by the Salty Pot
“A perfect fall/autumn side dish for any occasion!”
Creamy Keto Mashed Cauliflower
by My PCOS Kitchen
Thanksgiving Corn Pudding
By Messy Cutting Board
“Of all the cozy, kid-friendly Thanksgiving side dish sweet creamy corn pudding is one of the family’s favorite. It’s true down south no Thanksgiving feast would be complete without Thanksgiving Corn Pudding!”
Cheddar and Bacon Twice Baked Mashed Potatoes
By Messy Cutting Board
“Get out of that boring mashed potato rut and add some flavor and texture to those splendid spuds!! This Onion and Chive Whipped Potatoes will give you a whole new perspective on what a simple side dish of potatoes is all about!”
Thank you to all the bloggers who submitted recipes and participated in the Thanksgiving Side Dishes round-up and a special thank you for letting me use their photos to make this round-up that much yummier!!
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